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Vocational Stewardship for the Common Good: An Interview with Amy Sherman

Amy Sherman is not some mere academic type, preoccupied with scholarly output or simply responding to the latest trends in her area of expertise. She’s a skilled and insightful practitioner at heart; an educator and communicator who is attentive to the ‘social’ dimensions, needs and questions of life through her vocation.

In this interview, we explore some of her main themes in her latest book, Kingdom Calling, by also seeking to articulate what ‘vocational stewardship’ might look like for scholars, especially Christian philosophers and theologians.

To read the full text of the interview, you can download it here.

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